Throughout the period of confinement, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle remained very active. They increased the number of meetings with associations through Zoom calls. Only sometimes a surprise guest came to disturb them.
It was from California that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry experienced the containment imposed to limit the spread of the coronavirus. But there was no question of them remaining inactive. Indeed, the couple has responded to numerous solicitations from charities and organizations by attending meetings via Zoom.
Although the lovers sometimes appeared separately, they often spoke next to each other. But according to information from the royal expert, Omid Scobie, quoted by L’Express, they were sometimes interrupted by a small surprise guest.
Indeed, their son Archie, often disturbed them a little bit. “I loved discovering their daily Zoom calls with the different initiatives and people they work with. But I especially liked how Archie often climbed in front of the webcam and showed his face to the other speakers”, he said.
In addition to their child, the lovers also gave a glimpse of some of the places in their brand new home in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles. In an interview the Duchess of Sussex gave to activist Gloria Steinem, the back garden of their beautiful home, valued at more than $14 million, was revealed. This time, the two women were not joined by Archie but by Meghan Markle’s two dogs, a black Labrador, Pula, and a beagle, Guy.
Prince Harry gave a glimpse of an office
For his part, Prince Harry had responded to other solicitations from what looks like an office. There again, he was not bothered by his son of a little more than a year. The latter must have been kept busy by his mother, who wants to give him an irreproachable education.